Itan Barmes (Deloitte) - We need to Face the Quantum Risk Now!

Itan Barnes is part of Deloitte's cyber risk services team which helps companies to mitigate the quantum risk. Itan emphasizes the urgency of preparing company and infrastructure.

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Michele Mosca (University of Waterloo) - Ramping Up The PQC Transition Process with Internal and External Stakeholders

Michele Mosca (University of Waterloo / evolutionQ) advises CIOs and CISOs on how to get prepared for the post quantum era. This requires defined people in charge and enough time to get all changes implemented.

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Lily Chen (NIST) - Getting Prepared for the Migration towards PQC

Lily Chen (NIST) advises CIOs and CISOs to get prepared for the migration towards PQC soon. She breaks down the related challenges into 3 strategic aspects.

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State of Symmetric & Hash Algorithms after Quantum Computing

The recent trends in information technology and communications have emerged as one of the main technological pillars of the modern age. The importance of cryptography has gained importance due to the requirement of security services (confidentiality, integrity, authenticity, and non-repudiation) in data storage/transmission.

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Trends and observations from RSA Conference San Francisco 2019

As one of the world’s largest and highly-regarded cybersecurity conferences, the RSA Conference has steadily grown from its original form as a phone conference in 1991. Known as the RSA Data Security Conference, its first in-person event drew more than 200 attendees. Today, simply known as the RSA Conference, its events have spread over the globe in addition to their yearly San Francisco conference.

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Crypto agility - How to determine your timeline for post-quantum preparation

There is a significant uncertainty when it comes to the impact of quantum computing on modern cryptography. Perhaps the largest concern centers on just exactly when the quantum cryptography apocalypse will occur. While there are flurries of activity surrounding both the development of stable quantum computers and the cryptography algorithms that can withstand them, many are operating on what is at best a "loose" timeline. To help you on your journey to crypto-agility, let's take a look into how to determine your timeline for post-quantum preparation.

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The Gateway to SEPA

The Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) is a collection of 34 countries in Europe with over half a billion customers and 23 million businesses. As far as markets go, this one is one of the biggest and most lucrative for financial services firms of all sizes. European, American and Asian firms are all competing for a slice of the pie and winners are the ones who are willing to innovate.

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European FinTech Innovation and Opportunities

2018 was the year when BigTech companies like Google, Apple and Amazon made deep inroads into traditional banking domains. Additionally, a lot of newer FinTech start-up companies also joined the fray and expanded heavily across Europe, Asia, Africa and North America.  It was also the year when blockchain tech began to be adopted by mainstream companies who realised its potential outside of its previous exclusive use in cryptocurrencies.

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Innovation in Payments – How Lithuania is leading the way

In December 2018, Google received an e-money license from the Central Bank of Lithuania. This will allow Google to process payments and issue e-money throughout the EU. Prior to this, Google Pay had limited authority and used to save customer card details in a digital wallet and use that for payments. Now, they can store and transfer funds directly.

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